Why Our Brains See the World as ‘Us’ Versus ‘Them’ Alternet via – The Conversation

Read article - Continued coverage of an opinion piece by Leslie Henderson, dean of faculty affairs, associate dean for diversity and inclusion, and professor of physiology and neurobiology, in which she discusses whether or not there is something in our neural circuits that leads us to find comfort in those like us, and unease with those who may differ.